Canadian Medical Association

Stouffville, Ont.; University of Toronto, 1957; internal medicine. Died Oct. 19, 2018, aged 86. Survived by his wife Mary, 5 children and 7 grandchildren. “Jim touched the lives of many during his 35-year career at Southlake Regional Hospital. He had graduated as gold medallist from the University of Toronto, and arrived in Aurora, Ont., in 1965 to join Dr. Don Hutchins in internal medicine. In 1976, Jim opened the first Nuclear Medicine Department at what was then York County Hospital. He also raised chickens and sold eggs to hospital staff, who were keen to enjoy farm-fresh eggs.”